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Semantically-enabled Service Oriented Architecture focused around principles of service orientation, semantic modeling, intelligent and automated integration defines grounds for a cutting-edge technology which enables new means to integration of services, more adaptive to changes in business requirements which occur over systems' lifetime. We define the(More)
Service-oriented architectures - and particularly the Web service technologies that enable them, such as WSDL (Web Services Description Language) and SOAP - are widely acknowledged for their potential to revolutionize computing. However, existing SOAs will prove difficult to scale without a proper degree of automation. SOAs' success depends on resolving(More)
An important step in realizing the vision of both Web services and Grid is the provision of a robust, automatic and reliable solution for finding services or resources in such environments. Different solutions to this problem were already proposed, each with its specific model and realization. Although all solutions address the same problem, it is very(More)
This paper overviews and compares the DERI and DEI-Cefriel approaches to the SWS-Challenge workshop mediation scenario in terms of the utilized underlying technologies and delivered solutions. In the mediation scenario one partner uses RosettaNet to define its B2B protocol while the other one operates on a proprietary solution. Goal of the workshop(More)
Modeling the semantics of business services and their corresponding messages using ontologies enables flexible integration that is more adaptive to business-driven change. In this paper we demonstrate our approach building upon an established Semantic Web Service Framework (WSMX) to facilitate a conversation between heterogeneous services that support both(More)
Sensory processing deficits are common within autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Deficits have a heterogeneous dispersion across the spectrum and multimodal processing tasks are thought to magnify integration difficulties. Two-legged hopping in place in sync with an auditory cue (2.3, 3.0 Hz) was studied in a group of six individuals with expressive language(More)
Semantic Web Services frameworks like OWL-S and WSMO combine semantic descriptions of Web service capabilities, inputs, outputs and behavior with the syntactic interface descriptions in WSDL and XML Schema. The glue between the semantic and syntactic description layers is called grounding. In this paper we identify the uses for grounding and we present the(More)
Dynamic discovery based on semantic description of services is an essential aspect of the Semantic Web services integration process. Since not all data required for service discovery can always be included in service descriptions, some data needs to be obtained during run-time. In this paper we define a model for service interface allowing required data to(More)